Odd instructions on clothing labels!!

  Mr Mistoffelees 08:55 18 Nov 2006
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On the label attached to my partner's new bra: "No oven drying or unwatering allowed."

  lisa02 09:27 18 Nov 2006

It's means no drying out in an oven (not unheard of) and no wringing out because it'll get out of shape.

  Cymro. 11:47 18 Nov 2006

It sounds like one of those things that are just translated literally straight out of a dictionary in some foreign country, But then with more and more things made abroad these days it is to be expected.

  lisa02 11:59 18 Nov 2006

oven, people used to toast their undies... but I think it means tumble dryer.

  spuds 12:46 18 Nov 2006

Label made in China perhaps!.

Bit like a shoe instruction label I saw recently. 'Not to be worn in wet weather'. And these were a pair of standard leather shoes. What's the world coming to!.

  Cymro. 12:49 18 Nov 2006

I am sure there must be many more examples of this sort of thing out there.

It could be very dangerous on some products.

  wiz-king 13:09 18 Nov 2006

I'm worried about the wording on a pair of my underpants "do not expose to flames"

  Cymro. 13:15 18 Nov 2006

Are you bragging Wiz-king?

  €dstowe 13:53 18 Nov 2006

"do not expose to flames"

Should that read "old flames"

  Hertz Van Rentyl 13:59 18 Nov 2006

Like the bag of peanuts with the warning "May contain nuts"

  Bob The Nob© 14:48 18 Nov 2006

The tesco cake box with the words printed "DO NOT TURN UPSIDE DOWN" on the bottom of the box!

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